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Flood destroys supplies used for Camp Dreamcatcher

KENNETT SQUARE >> Equipment used for a summer camp used by local children dealing with abuse, depression, bullying and HIV/AIDS was ruined by floodwaters earlier this week, just as camp got underway. ...

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    Patriot Day Concert continues tradition of grassroots giving

    Oxford >> On Sept. 9, at 3 p.m., a Patriot Day Remembrance will be held in Oxford.

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    West Chester resident first Hispanic to lead Philly federal court

    West Chester >> Juan R. Sánchez, a West Chester resident, was sworn in earlier this month as Chief Judge of the United States District Court in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. He is the first Hispanic to lead the court in its 229-year history.

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    Police officers in West Goshen get free pizzas as token of support

    WEST GOSHEN >> West Goshen police officers found out just how much the community cares about the service they provide when a local business stopped by to deliver pizzas to them for lunch.

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    Two Chester County Catholic elementary schools to remain open, board rules

    West Grove >> Both Sacred Heart Catholic Elementary School in Oxford and Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Catholic Elementary School in West Grove will remain open, the Office of Catholic Education announced Wednesday.

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    Police seek missing Coatesville teen

    Coatesville >> Madison Anderson of Coatesville is missing, police say, but is still in contact with her parents. The 17-year-old who goes by the nickname “Madi” was last seen early Monday morning near her home in Coatesville. Authorities believe she has run away but they say she has texted her parents. She refuses to come home and, according to police, suffers from depression and anxiety. Police say she is likely nearby in Coatesville or in the West Chester area. Madi is...

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    Free vision screenings, face painting, Zumba at LCH Aug. 10

    Kennett Square >> In honor of National Health Center Week, La Comunidad Hispana and the National Alliance for Hispanic Health will host the National Institutes of Health’s All of Us Journey on Friday, Aug. 10. The traveling, hands-on exhibit raises awareness about the All of Us Research Program, an ambitious effort to gather data from one million or more people living in the United States to accelerate research and improve health.

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    Royal Farms has sight set on East Marlborough location

    East Marlborough >> A Royal Farms convenience store as well as a medical office and possibly retail space is being considered for a 9-acre site on the south side of Route 1, opposite of Applebee’s Restaurant and where a Citgo gas station once operated.

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    Kimmel to resign as East Marlborough supervisor

    East Marlborough >> Christine Kimmel, the first female supervisor ever elected in East Marlborough Township, will resign effective Sept. 7.

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    Parkesburg couple pleads guilty in hanging deaths of dogs at kennel

    Parkesburg >> A Chester County couple pleaded guilty to numerous charges surrounding the hanging deaths of two female dogs at a kennel they operated in Parkesburg, according to the Pennsylvania SPCA.

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    Police seek burglar who breaks into West Chester homes to steal undergarments

    West Chester >> West Chester police are looking for the person who has been breaking into homes and stealing female undergarments.

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